STL TV LIVE - Pots to Planks - 2013-04-23 Date: April 23, 2013 Host: Ivy Hartman
... the plastic pot recycling program called "Pots-to-Planks", which was started by the Missouri Botanical Garden, is now managed by ST LOUIS GREEN (DOT) com. The program recycles plastic gardening pots, trays, and planters into durable landscape timbers, which can be used for retaining walls, raised garden beds, or edging. These eight-foot, ninety-pound landscape timbers will not rot or decay so you can go green with a lifetime of use. If you're interested in finding out more about the pot recycling program OR if you want more information on how to get your own landscape timbers, call (314) 222-8004 or visit Pots to Planks (DOT) com.
I'm Ivy Hartman, welcome back to STL TV LIVE. Earth Day just passed, but St. Louis Green (DOT) com never stops caring for the earth! In fact, they are growing greener by the day with their most recent recycling program called Pots-to-planks. I welcome "The Green Guy," Craig Jung.
(Interview) recycling program, benefits, contact info
Segment 2 GRAPHICS Lower 3rd: Craig Jung / StLouisGreen.com Lower 3rd: STL TV Bug Lower 3rd: Facebook/YouTube Full Page 1: Pots-to-Planks Program / Turn your gardening pots, trays and planters into landscape timbers! / Timbers are available now to purchase, supplies are limited. / For more info: potstoplanks.com, stlouisgreen.com, (314) 222-8004.
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